Unwillingness to publicly discuss condoms is impeding Indonesia's efforts to slow the spread of HIV, the Jakarta Globe reports. Health education courses in Indonesian public schools also don't include information about sexually transmitted infections, despite the fact that almost half of the country's estimated 50,352 people living with HIV are young people in their 20s. Government officials say that endorsing condom use might be seen as encouraging casual sex, which would not be accepted by the country's Muslim majority.